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of the biggest water facilities on the west coast. chuck clark the director of seattle public utilities. edward for the portland water bureau. marine stapleton for the san die ae go and less tear from water and wally bishop the contra water d district. each panelist will have a chance to speak and ten minute time limit is a little like global warming. it sneaks up on you and then it's hard to deal with there that end. we'll try to reserve of for questions and answered that end. thanks. >> thank you jarrod and i will go through this quickly and i hope there's sufficient teasers in there to get you to ask questions as we get near the end. cautionary notes this is the system of seattle system, not your system. you have to look that principals and see if they apply to the same work the planning side, the modeling side, the adaptive side and i'll talk briefly for a few seconds on mayors initiative on climate control because it gives an as political environment to work in and then the seattle system. the mayor of seattle nickels started the protocols for the city and started process with a lot of ot
and could the niners meet expectations seattle. nfl season kicked off next ,,,,,,,,,,,,,, you inhale, they inhale. millions of children continue to be exposed to secondhand smoke. secondhand smoke causes asthma, a disease that cannot be cured. protect your loved ones. torres. he needed an emergency appendectomy. he's expected eeks. >> just hours before their biggest game of the year, giants lost torres he needed an emergency appendectomy he will be out two weeks. >>> buster posey pounced on him in the first inning, 2 run shots, giants up 2-0. number 13, the nightmare in august appears behind him his third straight gem. seven innings, he struck out nine. put the padres sigh young candidate to the test. leading the league in earned run average coming in a will have 0 giants, wilson slams the door. giants take 3 out of 4 in san an once again tied for the division lead. dallas braden held the red sox scoreless for fivinnings but taken out after getting into trouble in the sixth inning and rodriguez couldn't bail him out. drew you better slide he does. sox take the lead. jonathan to save
norris. you have to score in these situations on the road. inside the seattle 10 three times in the fir half. six points. later in the second, after an alex smith interception, the seahawks capitalize. hasselbeck to branch. easy money. third quarter, niners trying to action smith throws way behind michael crabtree. a nightmare day for smith. 26-45, 225 yards and two picks. 21-6, seattle. and they add to that. pete carroll wins in his seattle debut as head coach. 31-6 the final in seattle. >>> raiders open their season in tennessee,. first quarter, 3-0 raiders. vince young changes that. completed 13-17 passes. this one, 56 yards to nate washington. 7-3 titans. eekland's offensive line, awful. jason campbell sacked four times in the first half. the raider defense, held chris johnson to three yard on five carries but you knew he would bust' out. here it is. second quarter, 24-6 titans in the first half. rough debut for campbell. this int. the raiders fall 38-13. >>> let's economic on some local connections. the lions visiting the bears, and best with a nice debut in detroit. rushed for two
pacific american heritage month with a group from seattle, washington. please welcome them. [applause] ♪ [[note] singing in foreign language [note]] [[note] singing in foreign language [note]] ♪ ♪ [applause] >> thank you. that was the traditional music and dance troop from seattle, washington. at the conclusion of this event, we will have a reception upstairs in the green room. please make sure you get one of these tickets. i will explain it to you quickly. >> there are eight little box. each time you get a sample ling of food, they check off one of the boxes. after they check off your eight boxes, you write your name on the back here and you can drop it in the bowl for our raffle. and the prizes included will be tickets to some surrounding restaurants have supported us tonight. we want to give special thanks to our coordinator of the reception beverage providers and especially to all of the beverage providers for their support at tonight's reception. so please giv a round of applause, please. [applause] especially those alcoholic beverages tonight. ok. and now our final perfo
cup of freshly brewed seattle's best coffee. just $2.50. build your better breakfast today at subway! here's a look at weather in some cities around the country. in new york, sunny and 86 today. miami, thunderstorms, 85. 86 were showers in chicago. sunny, 83 in denver. los angeles, sunny and 85. time for a check of the national forecast. the latest satellite picture shows a massive area of clouds covering the great lakes region and heading down into the southern plains. the northeast is under a few light clouds and the northwest has more rain clouds moving in from the pacific ocean. later on today, heavy rains are moving out of the northern plains going eastward but their next stop in the great lakes. the southeast could get an isolated late-day thunderstorm. the northwest, scattered showers and it will remain hot and humid in the south and cool and dry up in the north. >>> in sports this morning, another batting record for ichiro suzuki. seattle's ichiro the first major league player to get 200 hits in ten straight seasons. if you remember pete rose also had ten but they weren't con
. that continues even into the pacific northwest. yesterday was cool in seattle. only 65. today it will warm up for you. the weather pattern, you can pretty much go from spokane, washington, to denver and not even see a cloud in the sky this morning. it's that crystal clear out here a big dome of high pressure builds in from canada. usually it has suppressing air, rising air would get clouds. that's what we have down here along the coast of california. even radar returns here just outside of yuma on the border of arizona and california. but warm conditions will be rule today. a lot of dry conditions. temperatures still very warm. phoenix is holding on to 82. the areas that will be the hottest will be in the deserts. 98 in vegas. 106, phoenix. medford, 94. portland at 84. as i mentioned, seattle about eight degrees warmerarizona, as will be around 100. spokane, 80 degrees. that's a beautiful fall day. salem, oregon, 85. we'll take a peek at friday a little later. back to you. >> wow, i am jealous of the west coast today. i can tell you that much. >> they're not wearing the big high rubber boots.
their passing attack for the season opening game. released by seattle, he arrived today ready to return to the afc north and ready to make seattle look foolish. the veteran has the focus of a man who already sees a great outcome to this situation. >> i am very confident in myself. people say i am probably too confident but i don't care because i believe in myself. i got disappointed what happened with seattle, but i know i can play. they know i can get it done. what they did, i don't want to comment on. >> you can hear much more from ravens head coach john hardball tonight at midnight. for the terps football team, one day after starting the season with a win, -- they kept constant pressure on the navy quarterback yesterday. tate made a game saving tackle. the new orleans saints running back reggie bush remains a focus of speculation as to whether he will hold on to the heisman trophy he won in 2005. they have decided to strip bush of his heisman trophy. members had conversations about that possibility, but have not taken a vote. the incident found bush accepted in corporate compensation
. still some sprinkles and showers in portland. much of the rain is over with, 68 in seattle. much of the west coast dry, san francisco south. in m in san francisco. the clouds. pendleton, oregon, 74, mostly cloudy with breaks of sun in seattle. >> lynn, we'll talk about thursday's forecast coming up. >>> thank you so much. >> wall street says good-bye to august, tech stocks stumble and why you can't call shchampagne champagne. >>> plus, these actors are not hollywood's most profitable. we'll tell you who is. >>> an electrifying debut for a reds' rookie. and manny speaks, but did anyone understand him? you're watching "early today." k >>> good morning and welcome back to "early today." i'm lynn berry. herer some of your top headlines this morning. president obama opens a two-day summit in washington today aimed at brokering an israeli/palestinian peace agreement. this afternoon the president will host individual meetings with israeli prime minister benjamin netanyahu and palestinian leader mahmoud abbas. tomorrow negotiations will be formally relaunched at a ceremony at the state d
to the heat. 100 in medford today. seattle and portland also you.ing sunny and warm. salem today 85. fallon, nevada, around 92. we'll update your friday forecast coming up, lynn. >> all right, bill, thanks so much. >>> well, stocks sizzle, apple shines and burger king is on the block. your early-morning business headlines are straight ahead. >>> plus, you won't believe who turned down "dancing with the stars" and who volunteered but got turned away. >>> a major upset at the u.s. open and fight night in florida. you're watching "early today." >>> good morning and welcome back to "early today." i'm lynn berry and here's some of your top headlines this morning. israeli prime minister benjamin netanyahu and palestinian president mahmoud abbas are set to relaunch direct peace talks at the state department in washington today after a nearly two-year hiatus. following a day of individual meetings with both leaders, president obama said yesterday he was "cautiously hopeful" about achieving a positive outcome. >>> new video out of chile shows improvements in the living quarters for 33 trapped miners
, but also michael crabtree. here are some niner notes for you. up in seattle, third downs, 1 for 15, their third-down efficiencies. the quarterback rating alex smith 52.5, fairly dismatt. mass hasselbeck on the other side of the coin, 108.3, that's a qb rating. monday, this might be the most depressing part of all of this. monday night football, national tv, the niners hosting drew brees and the super bowl champion new orleans saints. one more time, a lot of issues, a lot of communication issues, getting the plays in late. alex smith said the technical headset issues weren't the primary cause. it was the plays getting late into them. if you're just joining us. akio spike was scheduled to be here, but michael singletary has scheduled a meeting add headquarters. >>> we love our football, we love our baseball and basketball, but this is a pro football market. this was a tough sunday. that means when we go to work or school tomorrow, it will be a tough monday. that leads us to the raiders. not much better. raiders in nashville. doesn't deserve this. 81 years old, seemingly al davis did
losing to seattle. the communication from jimmy the coordinator of in the food down to the sidelines and on to the quarterback. clause 3 delayed game penalties today. yahoos ford uncovering a battering jimmy raye saying, he does a state what place he wants. >> i don't gobble anything, i think is being with i express myself pretty well. >> i don't want to deal with iraq, and i don't spend my time trying to find out who said this who did that. who every of who is maybe he should come to call plays. >> kelly jerry's play: on one not something off your cat. nba finals, we have a champion and the chances are of the storm. the seattle starter it should they beat the land to dream tonight, final ndp large jackson doing your business. the jury with the champ the second overtime. the seattle to storm when their second nba title. third >> the night everybody thought good-night's everybody. [ woman on tv ] if you won't let me in, you can't really love me. i know about gayle. i don't know what you're talking about. if you just tell me what happened... [ ding ] [ man ] 35th and archer. next stop
the west. serious charges against pretty boy floyd, and he says they don't sleep in seattle? >>> plus, one of the white sox finds the perfect way to prove you can't keep a good man down. your early morning sports headlines are just ahead. >>> this is our last summer weekend. temperatures are going to be very warm in the southern half of the nation. your forecast is coming up. you're watching "early today." >>> good morning. if you're just waking up, this is "early today." >>> in sports, it's getting to be crunch time in major league baseball with divisional pennant races beginning to reach a fever pitch. here's nbc's fred roggin with an early look at all your sports headlines. >>> good morning. the closest playoff race in baseball is not in the a.l. east, but out west in the national league. padres were in first when the day started. this did not help. former cardinal ryan ludwick laid out but couldn't make the grab. in came one. st. louis up 1-0. they went on to beat the padres, 4-0. the padres were in first, but not any more, because the giants had their way with the dodgers. aubrey houg
clayton to save lives. one day after seattle released them, the former bengals receiver falls into the raven's hands at huge discounts. seattle gets stuck with the rest. houshmandzadeh gives the raven's a big target and dependable hands. he spent the first eight years of his career with the bengals. make room for houshmandzadeh, mark clayton was traded to st. louis. a former first-round draft pick, he had a career low 34 receptions and only one catch in two playoff games. mark clayton caught to enter 34 passes and 12 touchdowns but never had a 1,000 yard -- never emerged as a no. 1 receiver. >> he will definitely be ready to go in week one. he will start working on the play but tomorrow. he's been in the system before once or twice. mark clayton, at lot of chance to talk to the rams about him today. they're very excited to have them. >> huge crowds at the stadium -- we cannot show you the highlights of the game still in progress but right now, the navy -- the navy has fumbled the ball three times a year the goal line. we will hear from both teams and show you highlight tonight
by acquiring joshed wils wison. the ravens send a conditional draft pick to seattle. wilson is a speedster. he arrived in seattle in 2007. his speed makes up for the loss th.dominique fox worwor wilson will likely not play in the preseason finale. we have the call for you on the game right here. i'm gerry sandusky. i hope your day is off to a fantastic start. . >> thank you. coming up in the next half-hour -- >> an elderly woman is raped. police are now looking for a suspect. we will have the latest on the investigation. >> a look at how state and local officials are bracing for hurricane earl. >> we will give you the latest track guidance on earl and talk about our own seven-day forecast. >> we are dealing with a downed tree in towson. tree in towson. we'll update you on as a career prosecutor i made decisions on facts not politics. in washington, i'm trying to do the same. that's why i voted to crackdown on wall street and protect the bay. and why i voted against the $3 trillion budget, the big bank bailout, and against the health care bill. you see for me it's not about democrats or republi
seattle. watch this fan, nobody out there. replay it again. watch this fan, pam. there was no one there. she wants to see the man in pain. he was the only guy out there. the guy was okay. coco crisp had a good game. tied at 3-3, delivered the ron, a's 4-seattle 3. take a peek at swisher. here it is. a walk off 2 run homers, yankees win over baltimore. swisher doing it up big in new york, made the all star team. shining in the bronx. there you go. that's the only thing in america where millionaires through pies in their face. nate davis, the 49ers resigned him today. goes on the practice squad. alex smith, not much of a surprise. single tarry named him a co- captain today, that says smith you are in charge of everything, we are behind you 100%. single tarry why car wasn't given a chance. >> there was no talk. >> there was no talk. no. there was no talk. >> i think there was, but -- >> i am telling you there was not for me and i am the head coach. he was not going to compete for number one. did not. >> and the voice challenging single tarry, tim, remember tim? >> stirring it up a little b
,000 dollars. he was released ooer the weekenddby the seattle eahawks. most around here remember him from the days in cincinnati where he regularly torched the ravens. last year in seattle he had 799receptton for 911 yards aad 3 scores. to make room for him the ravens traded ffrmer first round bake clayton to the ram for undisclosed draft pick. and coors llght silver spotlight back for anotter season. ravens long snapper morgan cox side bar in essex. starts at 7:30 and join us and wear the purple and black tonight at the dock side bar. the orioles play in the second straight day game and after taking 2 of 33from the second place race the o's kkep momeetum goinggagainst the first place yankees. top of the seventh. game tiid at 3. brian roberts at the plate with twooouts. single into right field. patterson on his high horse. heading home. he úlides in safely. he throws to second. robert caught in a rundown and eventually tag out but the o's at that time lead 4-3. bottom the 9th. the save and he freezings curtis -úto end the game. the orioles take the first game in new york
and some gusty winds. showers from minnesota to the canadian border. light rain from seattle to tacoma and heat advisories and high fire danger in the southwest. >>> phoenix climbs to 104. sacramento, 97 and boise, 90. low 70s from fargo to dallas. 60s from the twin cities to indianapolis. 62 in boston. 73 here in new york and just shy of 90 in miami. >>> your money news is next. thousands of cars on the newest recall list. the problem that could cause drivers to lose control. >>> then passengers' prayers answered. a frightening emergency landing with one amazing ending. >>> and flood zone in the upper plains. it will be a day of watching those waters rise. we'll show you where. >>> extra fees are adding up for airline passengers. "usa today" reports that fees are rising, and some are 50% higher than a year ago. new fees like charges for carry-on bags are hitting passengers in their wallets. the newspaper examined fees charged by 13 different airlines. >>> hyundai is recalling nearly 140,000 sonatas in the u.s. due to a steering wheel defect. the problem could cause drivers to lose con
in seattle meanwhile, showers in south florida. >> 90s from miami to dallas. 80s here in new york and 78 in boston. 80s in detroit to kansas city, 73 in minneapolis. 60s in fargo, billings and seattle. phoenix heats up to 106. sacramento, 94, albuquerque, 90. >>> when we come back on this monday morning, restaurants tried to cash in on all you fantasy football players. >>> plus, the white house is ready to roll out another plan to help struggling homeowners. can this one make a difference? >>> and the final exit for jetblue's infamous flight attendant. >>> u.s. markets are closed today for the holiday, but overseas stocks are getting a bounce from last week's job support from the u.s. which was not as bad as expected. tokyo's nikkei average gained 2% today. hong kong's hang seng is higher in late trading. meanwhile in london, the ftse opened higher. the jobs numbers boosted wall street last week. the dow jumped almost 300 points, the nasdaq gained 80 points last week. >>> the obama administration is also launching a major mortgage relief program this week. the plan was first announced in
. light rain in seattle meanwhile, showers in south florida. >> 90s from miami to dallas. 80s here in new york and 78 in boston. 80s in detroit to kansas city, 73 in minneapolis. 60s in fargo, billings and seattle. phoenix heats up to 106. sacramento, 94, albuquerque, 90. >>> when we come back on this monday morning, restaurants tried to cash in on all you fantasy football players. >>> plus, the white house is ready to roll out another plan to help struggling homeowners. can this one make a difference? >>> and the final exit for jetblue's infamous flight attendant. ♪ [ female announcer ] we've got stains, down to a science. new wisk, with our breakthrough stain spectrum technology targets all the major stain groups like proteins, carbohydrates and oils. its enzymes and cleaning agents tackle a full range of stains. you'll never look at stains the same way again. for a more powerful clean, try new wisk. fight stains with science. when allergies make them itch, don't wait for your pills to kick in. choose alaway, from the eye health experts at bausch & lomb. it works in minutes and up to
s are embarrassed in seattle. playoff. someone forget to tell the seahawks because the 49ers were sleeping in seattle. they were on the same page coming out of the tunnel but couldn't get in synch on the field. you have to score in these situations on the road. they were inside the ten three times and came away with six points. later in the second, after an interception the seahawks capitalize. seattle led 14-6 at the half. third quarter smith throws it behind michael crab triew. trufant returns it. the seahawks add to that. hassle beck to branch. an opening day death. 31-6 the final in seattle. >>> raiders opening their season in tennessee and the titan mascot looks hundred tri. vince young completed 13 of his 17 passes, this one for 56 yards. to nate washington all alone. 7-4 lead. oakland's offensive line was awful. jason campbell spaked -- sacked four times. the raider defense held chris johnson to three yard on five carries but you new eventually he would find daylight. in the second to the house. in the second
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in the pacific northwest. >> 60s in seattle, billings and fargo. 71 in salt lake city. 81 in colorado springs. mostly 80s across the midwest. 78 in boston. 82 in baltimore. and 88 in atlanta. >>> it looks like the san diego bay is getting a visit from the pirates of the caribbean. >> people in southern california enjoying the festival of sail this labor day weekend. more than a dozen tall ships from around the world have dropped anchor in the port of san diego. >> visitors can explore those vessels, take a little bit of entertainment and food, and even go for a ride around the bay. the holiday weekend at all. >> it would be tough to fit one of those in those bottles. i think. it's tough anyway but something like that is difficult. >> more after this. stay right there. you go next if you had a hoveround power chair? the statue of liberty? the grand canyon? it's all possible ith a hoveround., tom: hi i'm tom kruse, inventor rand founder of hoveround., when we say you're free to see the world, we mean it. call today and get a free overound information kit, that includes a video and full color br
in and we'll make yours! get a western egg white muffin melt and a 16-ounce cup of freshly brewed seattle's best coffee. just $2.50. build your better breakfast today at subway! >>> talking about the ravens. >> coming up they've added a new player. the ravens make a deal to help the defensive secondary from the terps. the ravens give up a conditional draft pick for next year. wilson started 12 games for seattle next season. was expected to be a starting corner again this year. the ravens were very aggressive on their pursuit of him. both returned for touchdowns. he has six picks in his three year career and is also an experienced pick returner. wilson is a teammate of foxworth who's preseason injury is why they had to make the trade. >>> injuries in the secondary have been a serious concern for the regular season. darrius will not play on thursday. washington reflected on all the negativity he's heard about the ravens defense. >> i think it was the worse secondary in the nfl right now. it is what it is. you just have to go out and play. i don't put too much worry. >> another issue for the
probably cares about the city of seattle but we could do some things. other than quality control and we're going to spend more money and time but i think it's easily transferable to others. >> let's go back to the floor. yes? >> i want to go back to the point of the technical and public engage meant. it's one piece of the puzzle but provide as lot of opportunity. water efficiency provides most of the savings on the consumer side. the numbers we heard about 18 percent, almost all of that is not water agency and waist water treatment but keeping the water in the homes using the washing machines and so on. saving that can save humans money which then energy games people into, well, maybe we should listen to the engineers and people trying create the model. >> thank you. >> yes? yes? >> i want to tie into the first speaker and segway the opportunity for public, private partnerships and collaboration. i have an exand pl in california that's local to the san francisco, puc, the california commission has listed grant under their renewable fuels program and they are reported to supply sev
for another crime. >>> a seattle police officer caught on camera yelling a racially charged threat and then stomping on a suspect's head will not face hate crime charges. now, take a look at this video. you can see the suspect is on the ground and the officer rears back and kicks him in the head. well, this happened back in april. officers had arrested the men in connection to an armed robbery but after months of review, the kane county prosecutors said no hate crime. >> you have to randomly select a victim based on the characteristics of race or ethnicity or perceived sexual orientation or a list of other attributes and then go up and want to cause fear in that person. >> the police officer in question along with at least five other cops, however, remain under scrutiny by internal affairs for possible other violations of department policy. >>> well, water usually helps to put fires out. but for one man in west virginia, he is a bit worried that this water may do exactly the opposite. you see, he says he started to smell natural gas after crews dug a water well in his back yard. an
and it's tough. after losing his job with the seattle seahawks, it took tj haushmandzadeh one day to gear up for game day. lamont williams has more. >> as tj haushmandzadeh was introduced to the media, no one could help but notice the smile on his face. haushmandzadeh became one of the most dangerous duos in the game. tj left the bengals and signed with seattle, playing one game before they released him. for tj, there was no reason for smiles. as the old saying goes, one man's trash is another man's treasure. >> it is refreshing to be -- to go from the situation i was in and to come here is refreshing. >> tj admits his first day in the ravens uniform was weird, in a good way. >> i tried my helmets on and it was a little weird. i'm not a person that really likes change. i am starting to realize that about myself, but sometimes change is better. >> haushmandzadeh says as a child growing up in poverty, he was learned life lessons the hard way. he has a greater appreciation for the nfl. >> i shouldn't be here. i never graduated from high school. i'm not supposed to be here. i played one
themselves in these days but after losing a job with the seattle seahawks t. j. houshmandzadeh took him one day to find his new employment with the baltimore ravens. now he's getting to know his team and gearing up for game day. lamont williams has more. >> reporter: as t. j. houshmandzadeh was introduced to the media. one couldn't help but notice the ever present smile on his face. as a cincinnati bengals he went from a 7th round draft pick to a starter alongside chad ochocinco. they became one of the most dangerous duos in the game. he left the bengals going to seattle before they released him this past weekend for t. j. there was no reason to smile. one man's trash is another man's treasure. the ravens find him monday. >> it's refreshing, man, to go from a situation i was in and to come here. it's refreshing. >> reporter: t. j. admits his first day in a ravens uniform was weird in a good way. >> i tried my helmet on and it was a little weird. i'm not a person that really likes change. i'm starting to realize that about myself, but sometimes change is better. >> reporter: houshmandz
they don't sweet in seattle? >>> plus, one of the white sox finds the perfect way to prove and a keep a good man down. your early morning sports headlines are just ahead. >> this is our last summer weekend. temperatures are going to be very warm in the southern half of the nation. your forecast is coming up. you're watching "early today." my commute home to the eastern shore every night only takes an hour but that's more time than congress spends reading massive spending bills, it's crazy. that's why i wrote a law that requires 72 hours to read every bill. i read the big bills and i said no. no to the $3 trillion budget, no to the bank bailout, and no to the health care bill. at home you would never pay a bill without reading it neither should congress. i'm frank kratovil and i approve this message because i'm proud to be ranked one of the most independent members of congress. >>> good morning. if you're just waking up, this is "early today." in sports, it's getting to be crunch time in major league baseball with divisional pennant races start to go reach a fever pitch. here's nbc's f
to raven's fans. he signs a one year deallworth $850,000. he was released over the weeken3 by seattle seahawks. most and here remeeber him from the days in cincinnati where he regulaaly torched he ravens..3 last year in seattle he had 79 interceptions for 911 yards and 3 scores. mason bood inare all siiilar receivers, and that is exactly what jjhn harbaugh wants. >> it presents a picture of the type of offense and the type of team we want to build. those aae our kind of guys. they are unique playerr out there. >> i was excited to have a chance to get him. you know, everybody does what they need o do to build theii team the way they need tt. here. >> reporrer: to make room for him, the ravens hhd to release someone and receiver mark clayton was the one to go. the former first round pick was3 traded toothe st. louis rams in exxhange for an undisclosed3 draft pick. he becomes a part of the receiving core. and i'm kristen berset, fox 45 morning news. >>> coming up in our 6:00 hour, the maryland primary elections are just one week away. a political analyst takes a looo at the key races
different than strategies that edward and chuck have sitting in portland and seattle and i think if there's anything you take away if there's not a one size fits all for any of this. not for california or the western states. you really have to customize based where your sitting. climate change and urban water supply. growing demand for water. however, we grew nearly ten years in san diego increased by 6 hundred thousand people and we did not add to our water demand and that came from just extraordinary efforts but the growing demand, we have hardened conservation and continuing growth and increased population and economic activity and obviously hotter or dryer weather. uncertainty of our import and small surface level supply. less reliance on the hydraulic dependence supply and all of that has to be considered. how we are respond sag three prong action plan. i want to touch lightly on each of these. first is diversity kabs of our water supply portfolio and second is constructing a variety until facilitys to address the ever changing demands we have and third is prudent planning through dr
or less, are strengthening, on the other hand if you live in seattle you might be more encouraged because it looks like there's a tendency for latitudes to get wetter and that wet goes further north. next one. well, here we have in this case just one scenario and he's imposed the warming on a hydraulic model and this is the remain of the watershed, this is the sierra nevada and this is the infraction of april first and period surrounding 2060 and that around 2090, and you can see we're eroding the lower elevations of snow and by the time we reach 2090 in this case warmed by 2 degrees celsius, we lose 50 percent of the california snow pact. it's not in the snow. next one. that changes the hydro graph as you heard this morning. so this is october through september the aggravateded sierra run off. more in the winter period, and less in the spring and summer by a bit. this is a recent flood. not a big one. but in may of 05, maybe some of you remember this event. it was raining up to about 9 thousand feet in,yosim ite park this is the valley and this is the storm that did it. a very warm and
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